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All testing was done with this G.Skill Ripjaws X 8GB CL9 set:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231428&cm_re=ripjaws_1600_8gb-_-20-231-428-_-Product

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Benchmark result for stock setting 1600 CL9 2T:

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Benchmark result for setting 1600 CL9 1T:

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Benchmark result for setting 1866 CL9 2T:

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Benchmark result for setting 1866 CL9 1T:

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Personally, I'm sticking with the 1866 CL9 2T setting at the lowest possible stable voltage. I've put this out here so that everyone can get a better idea of what setting they'll want to use without having to do all the testing and benchmarking. I've tried many other settings, but these are the ones I feel most of you will want to consider, at least with this particular set of memory or the Corsair Vengeance 1600 CL9 set.

I want to add that this G.Skill set along with the CL8 version is an amazing value. The Corsair Vengeance 8GB CL8 and CL9 sets are also a good value and work well with these P67 boards according to others I've talked to.

Happy OC'ing! cheers.gif
Edited by Sheyster - 2/8/11 at 10:52am
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So far the best settings I've found for 1866/2T with the Ripjaws X 1600 CL9 8GB kit is: 9-10-9-28 at 1.60v. 100% stable at these settings using WMD, HCI and P95 Blend.
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Very nice. Inspired me to do some benchmarking of my own for my Corsair Vengeance 2x4GB DDR3-1600 9-9-9-24 1.5v kit. Currently testing 24/7 stability for 1866 9-10-9-27-2T as 1T failed even at 1.66v.

I got a 11% increase in memory read going from 1600-9-9-9-24-2T to 1866-9-10-9-27-2T. A mere 4% increase in 3dMark physics tests and less than 1% in 3dMark overall.

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can you post a link so i can download that ram benchmarking program. i want to see how my 2x2 ripjaws 9-11-9-28 at 2133mhz do
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You can get the trial version here: http://www.aida64.com/downloads
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ok got it downloaded now which memory test do i run? theres read, write, copy and latency
edit: never mind just found the benchmark
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Here is a benchmark of the 2133Mhz kit x 2:

5ghzwith2133mhzram.th.jpg

Each kit is $99 at Newegg, so it's $200 for 8gb and takes up 4 slots. Beyond benching it probably does not offer any real world benefit, but man, you have to love that copy number. Gskill is putting out some great memory right now. Oh, that was at default settings except for having to put the DIMM voltage to 1.55v versus 1.5v.
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Ouch, that's twice as much as I paid for my 2x4GB kit. You gotta pay to play I guess.
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Here is a benchmark of the 2133Mhz kit x 2:

5ghzwith2133mhzram.th.jpg

Each kit is $99 at Newegg, so it's $200 for 8gb and takes up 4 slots. Beyond benching it probably does not offer any real world benefit, but man, you have to love that copy number. Gskill is putting out some great memory right now. Oh, that was at default settings except for having to put the DIMM voltage to 1.55v versus 1.5v.

Very nice numbers... You might want to change your sig to 2GB x 4 or just 8GB; it implies you have two 4GB sticks the way it is now.
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